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in the city's marina district. ktvu's john sasaki joins us live from chestnut street. >> reporter: to quote yogi berra, this is deja vu all over again. this place is going mad. i want to point out all of these people who are throwing beer and champagne and dancing around with brooms because of the sweep. what happened this time is different than last time. if you can pan over the other way, over there. someone actually brought out a big sound still on a pickup truck and there are spontaneous dance party going on in the middle of the streets. you are a big giant's fan? >> i am. >> what is your name? >> monica. >> reporter: tell me what this feels like to win the second world series in three years? >> everyone is saying two years ago and it's great to be back here and welcome the giants back to san francisco. >> reporter: what brought you out here to chestnut? >> everything. you know? all the fans. >> reporter: i don't know if you guys can hear me now, but thank you, monica. on a personal note i have to tell you that my car is parked right behind the pickup truck. so i don't know if it's
a favor in return. john fowler reports on the add -- additional groups in california and what they will find. >> reporter: 50 workers flew out today, 50 more tomorrow totaling 250 workers and 100 trucks that as yet another storm bears down on the devastated east coast. >> there's still about 150 million people without power. >> reporter: new york staten island hit exceptionally hard. four days without gasoline or electricity. >> you're going to die, you don't understand you have to get your truck here on this corner, now. >> reporter: i reached pg & e trucks, they said that the main concern is hospitals and health care centers. >> we have the election, our opportunity to exercise our rights to vote and that's kind of a big deal. >> reporter: i also phoned 37- year-old tarson a san franciscan who moved to find work. he said he had to work 30 blocks just to charge his phone. >> it's like a ghost town. it's very eerie. the only sounds that i hear are sirens. >> reporter: buss are now not running after sunset. the streets empty saved for police, a few taxis and roaming teenagers.
. new at o:00 ktvu's john sasaki talked to local volunteers who are heading east to lend a helping hand. >> reporter: at san josi airport this afternoon hundreds of people arrived from east coast. some happy to escape the impending storm. >> a lot of people are taking it seriously. so sounds like something is going to happen. i was glad to get out thereof before then. >> reporter: hurricane sandy is the big news up and down the eastern seaboard. it's set to mitt new jersey tomorrow and barium north monday and tuesday and could knock power for millions. >> my concern is there would not been election. >> reporter: being ready for what happens is in part of the responsibility of the red cross, which is sending 600 people from across the country to the region. >> just like getting involved, helping people. >> reporter: three of them leave for new jersey tonight from the san josi office. >> it's going to be very beneficial to a lot of people. it's exciting. it's kind of scary, because you don't know what you are getting into. and you know, that is why you read all the hardships and you g
. >> reporter: san francisco is wash in orange. >> today is going to be fantastic. >> reporter: john hunkiewicz made coit tower look like a orange pop cicle. sitting the color orange is sate to stand for vitality and endurance. >> while the giants keep winning they will stay orange. >> reporter: noelle walker. >> the world series picks up with game three tomorrow in detroit. the first pitch coming at 5:07 our time. while the team is away, san francisco city officials are gearing up for a big event coming up in 15 minutes, the plans that some don't want to discuss because of superstitions. >>> we have developing news tonight from the south bay, police in campbell say they've caught a serial bank robber thank to a ktvu viewer. police say a tip from that viewer led them to 43-year-old tony piavesin of campbell. police say he is the same man seen in these pictures from a bank surveillance camera. they say the so called beanie bandit did not display a weapon, he just gave the teller a note. >> what we'll do is we'll go out there and it's always if you have like a high profile visibility is more of a
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